Gears 5 Is Locked & Loaded with AMD Technology Features

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Gears 5 is almost here, and with that said you’re already probably all hyped up. Now, AMD wants to highlight some of its incredible visual fidelity and performance on its Radeon cards so you can take down the Swarm in beautiful eye candy.

The Coalition worked closely with AMD throughout the development of Gears 5 to give gamers the best possible experience. Gears 5 is optimized for DX 12 and Radeon graphics cards, including the ones based on the new AMD RDNA gaming architecture, to deliver breathtaking visuals, amazing performance, and exciting Radeon features, including:

• Asynchronous Compute – Allows Radeon GPUs to execute multiple tasks at the same time. This GPU multi-threading capability enables efficient graphics and visual effects workload distribution, resulting in higher framerates.

• Multithreaded Command Buffering – Ensures instructions from an AMD Ryzen processor reach the Radeon graphics card faster for higher performance, better graphics and reduced latency.

• AMD FidelityFX (coming soon) – In a post-launch update, Gears 5 will add support for AMD FidelityFX, which offers a dynamic sharpening filter that draws out detail in low-contrast areas for a sharper gaming experience. It delivers improvement in image clarity, counteracting the softening caused by other post-process effects.
 Radeon graphics cards will also offer Gears 5 gamers FreeSync for fluid, tear- and artifact-free gaming on over 750 supported monitors.
Furthermore, those who purchase qualifying AMD processors and Radeon GPUs will get three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC.  You’ll basically able to play Gears 5 along with hundreds of other high-quality PC games.

According to Mike Rayner, technical director, The Coalition, “AMD and The Coalition have a strong relationship going back to Gears of War 4 and we continue to incorporate new technologies to help us improve game performance. We have moved nearly all of our post processing shaders to Async Compute in Gears 5, which means improved frame rates from our previous titles, plus more room to pack in even more graphical quality. AMD engineers worked with us to optimize everything from the CPU to the GPU and we’re really eager to get all of this awesome performance and great visuals into fans’ hands.”

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